The year 2017 looks so promising and positive for Tamil film industry as the line up of movies are so fascinating in terms of cast, crew, grandeur and production values. Since Vijay’s Bairavaa and Suriya’s Singam 3 are releasing out here in January, we have excluded them from the list here and there are few more projects like Vikram-Gautham Menon’s Dhruva Natchathiram, Vijay Sethupathi, Sivakarthikeyan and few more movies, which haven’t been properly scheduled with updates.
This is one of the most exciting thing for every Vijay fan. This isn’t just merely about the namesake enthralment, but there are lots of attractions involves as AR Rahman is composing music for Vijay’s film after 9 long years. Moreover, with ‘Theri’ fame Atlee getting back to work with Vijay, everything that involves casting, technicians and locations look stunning.
Thaana Serndha Koottam
This is one thing that keeps league of Suriya fans awaited, merely because it would be bringing him up in a different light from his erstwhile movies. Vignesh Shivn and Anirudh combination was very much a huge stroke in NRD and the new collaboration with Suriya is sending us up anticipations, especially for romantic duets for the romantic actor.
What else one can ask more for, especially a Dhanush fan? The only blockbuster for Dhanush that arrived at his crucial part of his career is now having the sequel run. The film’s release date would be confirmed probably in few more days. Only disappointment could be Anirudh not onboard, but then we can expect a different fresh stroke from Sean Roldan.
An elite film for the elite club members and that’s how you define a film that comes from Maniratnam isn’t it. The very earnest characterizations of Karthi as a pilot and Bollywood actress Aditi Rao Hydari as a doctor, AR Rahman’s musical score, landscapes of Ooty, Kashmir and Siberia. We’re sure how it would all appear as a film then.
A fictional epic that made the global spotlights turned upon the Indian sub-continent now comes with the sequel, scheduled for release on April 28, 2017. Lots of questions to be answered in the film and lots more grandiloquence and mammoth war sequences awaited to experience.
After constantly seeing their matinee-idol Ajith Kumar in the ritual roles of mafia don, cop and gangster, here is something different. He plays an Interpol officer and every picture from the shooting spot is kindling up forest fires of excitements. The very casting of the film assures that it’s a film with class and mass, directed by Siva after tremendous success of Veeram and Vedalam.
No words! We’re sure you don’t need any words to delineate the grandeur of this film and that’s it. The 2010 blockbuster run ‘Endhiran’ continues with the sequel with more fascinations, fantasies, wars, technical bonanzas and what not? Everything that will fantasize and leave the global audiences frozen up in excitements.
Very hardly we see any actor reprising a particular role for the context of other movies. Such practises are common in Hollywood and Kamal Haasan picks it up all for ‘Sabaash Naidu’, which is a trilingual film.
After a long phase, STR is back with the most edge-seated thriller film based on ‘Adult’ theme. He has even cited that this movie is not for kids and family audiences. It’s going to be more on pars with ‘Manmadhan’. The film’s Trend Song is already a stunning hit and musical score by Yuvan Shankar Raja has kindled up more attractions.
Siva Karthikeyan - Mohan Raja Film
The successful filmmaker from the grand success of Thani Oruvan and actor of triumphant – Sivakarthikeyan are coming together for a much substantial film, which is based on a serious social issue. The film also features Malayalam actor Fahadh Faasil in another lead role alongside Nayantara. Anirudh composing music for the film is yet another greatest highlight.
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